Cut and paste or Copy and paste are the usual human actions done on computers for exchanging data among computers or drives. Copy command just makes a copy of existing file and copies them to the new location using paste option. Hence, the original file is retained in the same position. This option is used by computer users when they want only a copy of file to be transferred to the destination.

Cut and paste is also another alternative that is used by to copy files to any destination. This option moves the existing file from source to the destination location. During this duration of cut and paste option there should not be any interruption for the process to get completed. But this does not happen always, there are times when you click the cut option and a sudden power surge may hit your system. On restarting and performing a paste operation you may find the corresponding file is not getting copied. This leads to deletion of the files that was important to you. In such horrifying situation go for File Recovery software that can perform restoration of files lost in these data loss scenarios. Using this advanced tool, you can also recover deleted data from SD card in an effective and efficient way.

Reasons for interruption in cut paste operation:

Infinite loop in programs: As computers users you write and run different programs using different tools. Sometimes to save time you run some programs in the background and perform some operations like cut and paste. In between of this process if the program enters a infinite loop the system can hang itself causing you to perform a forced restart. This interrupts the cut paste operation and deletes the file that you were copying

Improper wiring: Computer consists of different wires for power supply flow and intake. They have to be in tight intact for constant power supply. If you have a loose connection in the wiring and at some point of time while performing cut paste the wire gets removed the systems shutdown causing a halt in the process and resulting in deletion of files

Sudden system restart: When you are busy moving the file from one location to other by using cut paste option who may have the chances of getting sudden system shutdown. The reasons of this may be any internal system problem.

File Recovery utility is one among the best used tool in today’s market that can perform a perfect recovery of the data that was deleted as a result of distractions in cut paste operation. It can recover deleted data Mac OS X like Lion, Leopard, Snow Leopard, Mountain Lion etc including Windows Vista, 8, 7, XP, Windows server 2008 and 2003. You can retrieve files deleted from hard drive of any file type and capacity in few minutes of time. To get the full details Select here.

After the scan the software facilities a real time preview of the file retrieved after deletion. You can check for its contents and save them to the system back. It can restore deleted power point files, PDF, HTML, graphics, audio and video files in an effective manner.

By using Deleted Data Recovery, you can efficiently recover deleted RAR files from any storage devices. This software is built with strong algorithms, which help in recovering even password protected RAR archives and non technical users can also use it with great ease.

Steps to restore files deleted due to cut paste option:

Step 1: Download the tool from the site and install it on your computer. Manually launch the software and select “Recover Files” option from the first screen displayed.

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Step 2. When the tool pops up the second screen it ask you to select between “Recover Deleted Files” or “Recover Lost Files” option. Select “Recover Deleted Files” option.

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Step 3: Next, the application displays a screen with a list of drives. Select the drive from where you lost the file and click on “Next” option. The tool scans the drive and provides you with a list of recovered files. Select the file, preview its content and save it on a secure location.

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